Beyond Graduation

Life College doesn’t just offer a two-year transition program for students with disabilities; we want to become a life-long resource to support our graduates after completion of the program. Our graduates will be able to develop a personal transition portfolio to include gaining employment and defining living arrangements. They will demonstrate the principles of self-advocacy and conflict resolution in their day-to-day lives, being able to manage and resolve most common and difficult interpersonal behaviors. It is the goal of the TILE program at Life College to give our students the confidence to perform everything from personal planning to money management. When our graduates need a helping hand, we’ll be there to help with next steps.

Student Profile

We believe that many young adults with disabilities can lead independent lives.

Age: 18+
Schooling: High School Diploma, Certificate of Completion, or G.E.D.
Independence: Able to function safely and independently on campus, in the classroom, in the workplace, and in other community settings. Have the potential to lead an independent life with meaningful and effective transition support.
Responsibilities: Must agree to Irvine Valley College "Academic Honesty and Dishonesty Policy” and “Student Code of Conduct,” and the Life College “Dress Code and Appearance Policy."
Commitment: Must demonstrate commitment to the Life College program and to acquiring the living, employment, and self-development skills required to be independent.